Joining a Course
The method you are able to use to join a course in Gradescope is based on how your instructor set up the course and roster. You could be able to join via an enrollment email from Gradescope, by simply logging into the Gradescope website and clicking your course, or by entering a course code when you log in.
Resetting Your Password
If you have forgotten your password or are otherwise unable to log in, first go to the Gradescope website. Click the Log In button (top right corner). When the login dialog box appears, click Forgot…
Editing your account
To edit your name, password, student ID, or to switch your primary email, click on Account in the lower-left corner of the dashboard and select Edit Account from the menu.
If you seem to be missing courses or assignments when you log in, it’s likely that you have another Gradescope account under a different email address. If you’d like, you can merge your accounts, all…
Scanning Work on a Mobile Device
For the majority of your paper-based and handwritten Gradescope assignments, you need to scan hard copies of your pages and save them as a PDF before submitting. No scanner? No problem. Keep reading to learn how to scan from your phone and then how to submit your scans in Gradescope from your computer, phone, or tablet.
Submitting an Assignment
This student guide shows you how to submit a PDF, a series of images, code files, and bubble sheets, and how to work on Online Assignments with and without the LockDown Browser exam security measures enabled.
Submitting after the Deadline
If your instructor has enabled late submissions for the assignment, you may upload a submission after the deadline (but before the late deadline). Note that late submissions may be subject to penalti…
Adding Group Members
If your instructor has allowed it, you can add group members to your submission. You can add members either by clicking on Group Members in the action bar or by clicking View or Edit Group in the out…
Viewing Your Submission
To view your assignment submission, click on an assignment from the course dashboard. If you have already submitted the assignment, you will be able to view your submission. You can resubmit from thi…
Submitting a Regrade Request
If your instructor has allowed it, you can submit Regrade Requests for questions you feel were graded incorrectly. When you view your submission, if you see a Request Regrade button in the bottom act…
Troubleshooting Submission Upload Issues
There are a variety of reasons you may be having problems submitting a file to Gradescope as a student. Unstable internet connections, navigating away too early, missing file extensions, browser problems, and expired time limits could all cause a submission upload to fail. Use this guide to help you diagnose the issue and find a solution if you can't submit your assignment.